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The WERC Annual Conference
Charlotte, United States - May 6-9, 2018
Exhibition / trade show

The WERC Annual Conference is North America's premier gathering of logistics and warehousing professionals. Learn about new trends and best practices at more than 80 seminars and sessions designed and delivered by your industry peers. Get new ideas from our ever-popular warehouse tours and enjoy unprecedented networking opportunities.

The WERC Annual Conference is unrivaled in the industry no other event dives deeper into the issues that matter most to logistics and warehousing professionals. Join us in Charlotte, North Carolina, from May 6 to 9 for the best conference in the business.

May 6-9, 2018

Charlotte Convention Center
01 S College St
Charlotte, NC 28202

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